Pembrokeshire West Wales
Broad Haven South beach on the south Pembrokeshire coast in May showing an orange life belt and sand dunes. This beautiful beach can be reached by taking the paths along the Bosherston Lily Ponds and down onto the broad sandy expanse. The walk is worth it in any weather.
The beach at Manorbier on the south Pembrokeshire coast, a popular location for surfers. Manorbier has a large beach and cliffs either side make it feel more like a cove. Popular in season the beach becomes much quieter out of season and is a perfect place for a stroll, connected on both sides to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
St Justinian's and Lifeboat Station Pembrokeshire Coast on a sunny Spring May day. This beautiful old lifeboat station has recently been replaced with a more modern station to the left of the photograph. The island in the distance is Ramsey, separated from the mainland by a dangerous stretch of water called the bitches..
Bosherston Lily Ponds South Pembrokeshire close to Broad Haven South Beach. I arrived a little too early for the Lily display sadly but the scene was still beautiful. All in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Broad Haven South beach South Pembrokeshire, looking inland, south Wales. Broad Haven beach is on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
St Govan's Head seen on the South Pembrokeshire Coast, south Wales on a sunny May day. An excellent walk with plenty to take in, en route to St Govans Chapel.
The Village and Beach of Amroth South Pembrokeshire Coast photographed on a sunny winter day with the wet sand reflecting beautifully the houses along the village front.
Looking to the east along Amroth Beach on the South Pembrokeshire Coast. The whole of the Pembrokeshire Coast is a National Park and it is easy to understand why.
Coppett Hall Beach, a small cove on the south coast of Pembrokeshire near Saundersfoot.
Amroth Beach and Groynes facing east on the South Pembrokeshire coastline. Huge and empty, this was a cold a sunny winter day.
Whitesands Bay in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
The Blue Lagoon Abereiddi Pembrokeshire, a disused quarry filled with water
Portgain Harbour with the tide in on a sunny Spring May day, on the Pembrokeshire Coast
Porthgain Harbour, on the north Pembrokeshire coast, with its tiny harbour, is a popular location for visitors and holidaymakers alike. Fishing boats operate out of here quite regularly catching lobsters and crabs.
Looking down onto the small harbour of Porthgain in Pembrokeshire showing the harbour walls and fishing boats
Looking down on Porthclais Harbour in Pembrokeshire and showing an lod style Pembrokeshire Cottage too. Typical Pembrokeshire coastline on a sunny day.
Strumble Haed and the lighthouse on the North Pembrokeshire Coast West Wales
Winter at Whitesands Bay on the north Pembrokeshire coast with a silver sea
Mwnt Bay on the Ceredigion Coast, West Wales, on a windy day
Carreg Bica Rock on the beach at Llangrannog Ceredigion in windy and stormy weather, West Wales
Puffins on a cliff Fratercula arctica - Skomer Island - Pembrokeshire in June
Newport Beach Pembrokeshire Coast National Park on a sunny day with a boat up on the beach
Whitesands Bay Pembrokeshire Coast National Park on a May Spring day
The beautiful multi coloured rockface St Justinians on the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park near St Davids.
Pwll Deri Bay and cliffs behind. This is the north Pembrokeshire coast between St Davids and Fishguard.
Abergwaun Harbour, also known as Lower Town and Lower Fishguard, on a warm and sunny evening in May, Pembrokeshire
Cwm yr Eglwys beach on the north Pembrokeshire coast. The remains of a church washed out to sea can be seen here.
Castle Stalker on Loch Laich Argyll Scottish Highlands on a moody and sunny winter day in February
Looking through the entrance to Saundersfoot Harbour out to the beach and coastline in south Pembrokeshire